Dr Cassandra Jones is a Lecturer in Criminology. She joined the Department of Applied Social Sciences, Forensics and Politics in December 2020. She completed her NIHR-funded PhD at the University of Bristol in 2017. Subsequently, she worked in various teaching and research roles at the University of Bristol, University of Exeter, Manchester Metropolitan University, and University of Plymouth.
Gainsbury, A., Fenton, R., and Jones, C. (2020). From campus to communities: evaluation of the first UK-based bystander programme for the prevention of domestic violence and abuse in UK communities. BMC Public Health.
Fenton, R., Jones, C., Moss, S. & Cooke, K. (2019). The challenges of developing and implementing a bystander intervention for the prevention of DVA in communities. Journal of Gender Based Violence, 3(2), 215 231.
Fenton, R., & Jones, C. (2017). An exploratory study on the beliefs about gender-based violence held by incoming undergraduate students in the UK. Journal of Gender Based Violence, 1(2), 147 167.
Hester, M., Jones, C., Williamson, E., Fahmy, E., & Feder, G. (2017). Is it coercive controlling violence? A cross-sectional domestic violence and abuse survey of men attending general practice in England. Psychology of Violence, 7(3), 417 427.
Jones, C. & Raghavan, C. (2012). Sexual orientation, social support, and dating violence in an ethnically diverse group of college students. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, 24(1), 1 22.
Jones, C. (2020). Gender-based Violence Among Music Festival Employees. In R. Finkel and L. Platt (Eds), Gendered Violence in International Festivals. Abingdon, Oxfordshire: Routledge.
Jones, C. (2019). Gender, Power, and Powerlessness: A Conceptual Framework for Researching Men’s Victimisation. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/acrefore/9780190264079.013.535
Jones, C. (2013). Neighborhood violence, peer networks, and dating violence in urban sexual minority college students. In C. Raghavan & S.J. Shuki (Eds.), Intimate partner violence: Quantitative and qualitative analysis in dialogue with commentaries. Northeastern Series on Gender, Crime and Law. Northeastern University Press.
Hester, M., Jones, C., Eisenstadt, N., Morgan, K., Ortega Avila, A. G., and Walker, S.J. (2019). Evaluation of Year 2 of the Drive Project - A Pilot to Address High Risk Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse.Staff Directory